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Re: Debian systemd survey

]] Lucas Nussbaum 

> If I were you, I would be very worried about the risk that the decision
> will be taken not by looking at which one is the best, but by looking at
> which one is de-facto supported in Debian. In that area, systemd is very
> late, since:
> - AFAIK nobody has started the effort to document things in policy
> - there are 300+ upstart job files ready to be imported from Ubuntu
> So, please work on:
> - policy support
> - outlining how systemd and sysvinit can properly co-exist in the archive
>   (this is required in any case for the duration of the transition)
> - outlining how the transition could be achieved, eased, and tracked

We're going to respond to those once the time period for the survey is
up.  Until then, could we please not be having this discussion?

Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are

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